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An opportunity to grow the economy in new and diverse ways

The consequences of global emissions have unbalanced Canada’s ecosystems. As the second-largest land mass in the world, Canada is home to a rich tapestry of life spread across vast boreal forests, rugged Arctic landscapes, and boundless lakes and prairies. These vast natural resources provide Canadian leaders with a unique opportunity: to make fair contributions in reducing global emissions, while creating value and competitive advantages. As a result, Canada will be able to thrive in new and diverse ways.

It’s not too late to change course.

Find out how your business could mitigate risk and generate value by focusing more on the climate emergency.

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Net-zero by 2050:
an achievable target

Along with a growing list of countries, Canada has pledged to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. This means reducing the greenhouse gases (GHGs) we produce with alongside implementing both proven and emerging technologies to facilitate a rapid transition to low carbon energy systems, intelligent land use, and adoption of nature-based solutions.The window is slowly closing. It’s likely our last chance to limit global warming to within 1.5°C by the end of the century and seize one of humanity’s greatest opportunities.


Henry Stoch

Canada Climate & Sustainability Leader


Jürgen Beier

National Leader, Energy & Resources


Jennifer Lee

Managing Partner, IVPs


Sean Delsnider

Centre for Climate Action Lead